The Assessor’s Office would like to remind elderly and disabled homeowners that the filing period for the state and local benefit program will end on Friday, May 15.
Any current recipient of the benefit who has received a letter from the Assessor’s office must reapply no later than May 15 in order to continue to receive the benefit.
New applicants must also file an application by that date.
This year’s maximum income allowed is $37,000 if single and $45,100 if married.
Proof of income for 2019 is needed. Please bring all information to the Assessor’s Office. Income includes:
- Social Security Benefit Statement (1099 Form for 2019). This must be submitted, if you and/or your spouse receive Social Security benefits.
- Federal Income Tax Return (If you file).
- If you do not file an income tax return, bring statements of 2019 taxable income -including Taxable Pensions, IRA’s, Interest, Dividends, Wages, etc.
Assessor’s Office (61 Ffyler Place) Hours
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call the Assessor’s office at (860)668-3866.